As the title says, Does the order of sections in readme.txt matter? This relates to me editing changelog every update and having to scroll past
In theme and plugin development I like to completely run through everything to make sure there are no issues and I’m not getting any errors.
I have a custom plugin that has been working for several months and I am making some updates to it. When I upload the new
I’m looking for a way to sell ink cartridges for printers using Woocommerce. This is beyond a regular product that I sell on Woocommerce, but
I have been studying the BuddyPress code to get some inspiration for building my own plugin. One of the things that I am struggling to
I’m writing a plugin to implement Zach Leatherman’s Critical FOFT with DATA URI, but this is my 1st attempt to create an options page. I’ve
I am new to a lot of things in WordPress but I have been getting a little smarter but can’t find the solution for this,
When the customer participates through the person of the customer gets the amount and the same person who told the customer Alamalkip receive an amount
new-to-WP I’ve searched for good guides for hours now, but with no luck. I want to create a custom Page Type with custom fields. There
I have a directory structure like theme-name/inc/lang that I need to add the PO file inside the lang folder and the text to be translated
On urbansunsets.com I need to have 3 Facebook icons, each linking to a different (Facebook) page. I use Social Icons for this purpose. The problem
Thanks in advance for any help given, I have been happily developing a plugin over the past while and have recently released the first public
Is there a carousel (or slider) plugin out there that allows me to add the most recent post to be an item on the carousel?
I’ve just tried to commit my first ever plugin to the WordPress repository, but… nothing is happening. The plugin isn’t appearing, and instead I just
I want to update woocommerce variable product price by code. Here I wrote some code,, its create product but not update variable price: $post =